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Craig was there for the opening of the Granite State Regional US First Competition, held at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, NH. Today's program will include reports from the opening trials and onward, leading up to today's finals. You won't want to miss these exciting reports!

Today's Show Synopsis

Robots -- For most people that name evokes images of idealized Hollywood props: Human-looking machines, incredibly intelligent, unbelievably strong, frequently indistinguishable from real people, and just as often, plotting to eliminate humanity.

But the reality is even more exciting than fiction: Robots were once just a fantasy, a pipe dream, but they're definitely in their infancy right now, and getting more mature every year. This year's Granite State Regional US First Competition, held at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, was a showcase for the young inventors and engineers who will be shaping the future of robotics, and Craig attended the show to report back on the potential of these robots and the promise of their creators.

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Craig interviews some of the participants and principals at the Regional Robotics Competition.